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 By Mark Worrall

Terry's extension at Chelsea should boost Mourinho's ambitions

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer says John Terry re-upping for one more year is crucial pillar for Jose Mourinho to continue his pursuit of the Champions League crown.
The ESPN FC crew take a look at the numbers and answer if they believe Jose Mourinho deserves to be the highest paid manager in football.
Chelsea legend John Terry has looked ageless this season, helping his club win the Capital One Cup. He could get his 14th trophy if the club holds on to win the Premier League.

Chelsea announced on Thursday that centre-back John Terry has signed a new one-year contract extension that will keep him with the club till the end of next season. The decision was met with delight by the club, the player and Blues supporters.

Mindful of the bitterness associated with the departure last year of all time record goal-scorer Frank Lampard, fans of the London club will be as relieved as they are happy that Terry, the man they refer to as "Captain, Leader, Legend" is to remain at Chelsea.


Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez wanted by five clubs - Zamparini

Palermo forward Paulo Dybala says he would swim to Barcelona were the Catalan club to come in for him this summer.

Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has said Arsenal, Barcelona, Chelsea, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are possible destinations for in-demand Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez.

The striker and the midfielder are both expected to leave the Serie A club at the end of the season, with Zamparini admitting Palermo are unlikely to keep either.

But he has already insisted that neither would be sold on the cheap, warning that Argentinian striker Dybala would cost at least €40 million, with...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Eden Hazard: Premier League and Chelsea made me star player

The ESPN FC crew react to Chelsea forward Eden Hazard's latest comments about his side's elimination from the UEFA Champions League.

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard believes playing in the Premier League has made him a better footballer.

Hazard, 24, joined Chelsea from Ligue 1 side Lille in the summer of 2012 for a fee in the region of £32 million.

After winning the Europa League in 2013, he picked up his first domestic medal in Chelsea colours earlier this month when they beat Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final.

The reigning PFA Young Player of the Year is tipped to win the senior award this year after a fine season that...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Kevin De Bruyne should still be playing for Chelsea - Eden Hazard

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer says John Terry re-upping for one more year is crucial pillar for Jose Mourinho to continue his pursuit of the Champions League crown.

Eden Hazard has suggested Jose Mourinho was wrong to allow Kevin De Bruyne to leave Chelsea.

De Bruyne was sold by Chelsea to Wolfsburg in January 2014 after he failed to impress Mourinho during the first half of last season.

Since his move to Germany, however, the Belgium international has gone on to flourish, with his nine goals and 16 assists this season helping his club up to second in the Bundesliga.

"He is a great player," Hazard said of his international teammate to L'Equipe ahead of Belgium's...